Painting slide show







  • 2023 14-22 October X111 Florence Biennale Fortezza da Basso, Florence, Italy


  • 2023 EXHIBITION Salies à Peindre du Jeudi 13 au Dimanche 16 JUILLET
                   Shared Exhibition David Chisholm and Neil F Wyatt
                   La Galerie 37 Rue Paul Jean Toulet  Salies de Bearn SW FRANCE

  • 2022 13-20 March SOLO EXHIBITION Gallery Artesanía Amonita de Bedar SPAIN
  • 2021 03-04 December Barcelona International ART FAIR
  • 2021 X111 Florence Biennale 23-31 October Fortezza da Basso, Florence, Italy     
    2nd place Visitors award

  • 2021 Galería Añil . Mojácar SPAIN
  • 2021 PIAB Nominee Barcelona SPAIN Worldwide Artist Award December

•  2023 EXHIBITION Salies à Peindre du Jeudi 13 au Dimanche 16 JUILLET
               Shared Exhibition David Chisholm and Neil F Wyatt
               La Galerie 37 Rue Paul Jean Toulet  Salies de Bearn SW FRANCE

• 2022 16-18th
SOLO art en VRAC
               La Galerie 37 Rue Paul Jean Toulet Salies de Bearn SW FRANCE
•  2021 EXHIBITION Oh La La Neil F Wyatt
                La Galerie 37 Rue Paul Jean Toulet Salies de Bearn SW FRANCE
•  2021 Auberge du Relais Bérenx2021 Restaurant de La Gare Salies de Béarn
•  2020 CFA Artist of the Year Honorable Mention for 'Brave New World'
• 2020 16th August Salies de Bearn Galerie ‘Femme Fatale’
2020 August  Auberge du Relais Bérenx  'Adolescent Dreamer'
• 2020 August Restaurant de La Gare Salies de Béarn
• 2019 15th December Salies de Bearn La Galerie  retrospective
• 2010   ‘Apeindre’ painting prize - Salies de Bearn
• 2007   Finalist ‘Apeindre’ painting prize Salies de Bearn


  • 2021 February 14 – March 21 Cosmopolitan Art Fair Margo Gallery NYC NY,
  • 2013  Artists Haven Gallery 2757 East Oakland Park Blvd, Ft Lauderdale, Florida 33306 USA
  • 2011   March 15th – April 1st  – The Broadway Gallery – ‘Artists at Home and Abroad
                Exhibition’ New York, NY, USA
  • 2011   April 16th – June 4th   – The Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Arts - ‘International
                Contemporary Masters Exhibition’ Las Vegas,NV, USA
  • 2010   May & July – Artist Alley Gallery  Exhibition – San Francisco, California, USA



  • 2014   28 November-Brunswick Street Gallery Exhibition ‘Tick Tock’
  • 2014   31 January-13 February - Brunswick Street Gallery Exhibition
               322 Brunswick St, Fitzroy 3065
  • 2013   8 - 21 November - Brunswick Street Gallery ‘Paint/Purpose’ Exhibition
  • 2013  17-30 May  Brunswick Street Gallery Drawing 13a Exhibition
              322 Brunswick St, Fitzroy 3065
  • 2013 March 15th – 24th ‘The Adolescent Dreamer’ Jenny Pihan Fine Art 
    595A Hampton Street Hampton Vic 3188 Australia
  • 2013  22nd Feb - 7th March Exhibition 'Over Painted'.     
               Brunswick Street Gallery; Brunswick, Australia Painting
  • 2012 - 25 May - 7 June Brunswick Street Gallery 12 Drawing 21A 'Indifferent Landscape'
  • 2012 March -Solo Exhibition: 
              Gallery Red 11131–145 Glebe Point Road Glebe, Sydney, NSW  Australia
  • 2011  October Ballarat, Australia,  Solo Exhibition: 'Body Language' 
               Red Brick Gallery 218A Skipton St, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
  • 2011   May 2nd – 28th _ Walker St Gallery – ‘Persistence of Vision’ 
               Dandenong, Victoria, Australia
  • 2011  Wed. 31st August - Sunday 18th September  Melbourne, Australia
               'The Indifferent Landscape' 
                Carbon Black Gallery 188 High St. Prahran , Victoria, Australia.
  • 2010   September Memorial Gallery  Exhibition Bellingen, NSW, Australia
  • 2010   July 2nd – 13th  Brunswick Street Gallery – ‘Painting 10A Exhibition’ –
               Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia
  • 2010   May 7th – 20th Brunswick Street Gallery ‘Works on Paper’ prize finalist 
  • 2010   February 10th March 31st   Drum Theatre – ‘Figuratively Speaking’-
                Dandenong,    Victoria, Australia
  • 2009   September 1st -26th Walker St Gallery ‘Synthesis’ 
                 Dandenong, Victoria, Australia
  • 2009   Short listed in ‘Whyalla Art Prize’ – Whyalla, Victoria, Australia
  • 2009   April 9th – 28th _  Kingston Arts Centre Gallery ‘Do You See What I See’ –
               Kingston, Victoria, Australia
  • 2009   November 8th February 9th  Latrobe Regional Gallery ‘Singular Perspectives’ 
                Morwell, Victoria, Australia
  • 2009   February - Brunswick Street Gallery – Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia
  • 2008    The Covent Gallery  – Daylesford, Victoria, Australia
  • 2008   December  Walker St Gallery's  ‘9 x 5’ Competition – Dandenong, Vic., Australia
  • 2008   Winner ‘He Who Explores’ prize Walker Street Gallery Dandenong, Vic., Aust.
  • 2008   September 1st – 25th _  Walker St Gallery's ‘He Who Explores’-
                Dandenong, Victoria,  Australia
  • 2007   Participated in ‘Archibald Prize’ and ‘Sulman Prize’ – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia





  • Fine Arts at Prahran Institute of Technology 1976
  • Caulfield Institute of Technology  ‘Fine Arts’ degree 1980




“My present work reflects an ongoing exploration of the complexities of the human figure caught within a dramatic moment in time.  The psychological portrayals of figures placed in totally ambiguous situations lift my compositions and sculptural images to a higher level of emotional engagement.  My goal is to push each work to the edge so that I, as an artist, will continue to search, investigate and discover new untapped creative energies and visual directions.  I strive to involve the viewer, attempting to challenge, confront and engage.  I am aware that my compositions are at times bold and confronting.  At the end of the day, if an individual walks away from my work with a sense of its understanding, dislike or appreciation, if they are confused or perplexed by it, then I as the painter would honestly feel I have achieved my objectives”.
Neil Wyatt, Artist
Neil F Wyatt is now based in South West France to further pursue his art career.

"Hidden within the narrow passageways of a medieval French village I sneak a peek at a formidable exhibition - before it opens to the public. This collection of retrospective works by Neil F Wyatt showcases humanity’s search for something bigger and more meaningful than itself, transcending centuries, mythologies and cultures. Technically brilliant, Neil’s works are…epic..... A practicing artist of over 30 years, Wyatt executed this collection of works using a combination of oil and acrylic paints. These large-scale paintings dominate the gallery walls, commanding your attention and your immersion. The stone figures depicted are juxtaposed against blazing skies. They seem bound to earth by the sheer mass of their carved stone bodies despite their assumed yearning for weightlessness and freedom – they seem to desperately crave the infinite and glorious sky they gaze into. These dramatic figures are drawn from ancient myth, Roman history, and classic European sculpture. Many of the source sculptures can be found within the Greek and Roman Antiquities collections at the Musee de Louvre, Paris, where Wyatt gleans much inspiration. These works do well to remind me that the ancient past is indeed very close to the present, whereby an individuals’ pressures, vulnerabilities and dreams are common experiences across humanity, no matter the century. Wyatt’s work can be dramatic with cinematic inflections, also playful and whimsical, yet they are always technically correct and fastidious. He works across various mediums to accentuate a particular sensibility of a composition. For example, the large dramatic pieces above use layers of fine oil paint to create depth and magnitude. Whilst other smaller playful compositions are achieved through pencil, felt tip pen, and collage. No matter how they are executed there is a rigor to his work – in the composition, the palette selection, the technical planning, sketching and drafting, and this is all visible in the finished works. Steeped in social and art history Wyatt’s works are contemporary expressions of the human condition from a masculine perspective. Although not available to attend the upcoming exhibition opening December 2019, I’m looking forward to a sneak peek at the next chapter of his work...."

"I have to say, there is something deeply intense and critical in personal sensibilities and modalities of your beautiful paintings and expressions. Your paintings muse and fuse the classical and the modern, the flat and the defined-it is personal biography meets movement, passion and a very physiological presence. Exhibiting an impeccable instinct for the emotionally evocative power of colour, movement, texture, and shape, you shine as a painter whose work relates more to a state of mind, mood or feeling than a tangible object despite the figurative subject matter. Amidst a sea of art, you manage to say something very different. And this is why we are so keen to work with you".
Lisa Bentley, Projects Manager from Art Approach NY,

“It was really wonderful to see your new work, Neil. It is going to be a terrific show. The imagery is very strong . The quieter pieces with the more subdued palette and composition will work well with the more complex works. I look forward to seeing the other new paintings as they come along”.
Jacqueline Schultze from Walker Street Gallery in Dandenong Victoria

   Winner ‘He Who Explores’ prize 
Walker Street Gallery
 – Dandenong, Vic., Aust.




Swan Song
'Swan Song'
Oil and acrylic on canvas
H187cm x W125cm

Oil and acrylic on canvas
H187cm x W96cm

18 Femme Fatal The Protectors

Sonata Adagio 2021


X111 Florence Biennale
23-31 October 2021
2nd place Visitors award




'Brave New World'
CFA Artist of the Year
Honorable Mention









The Southern Nevada
Museum of Fine Arts


France Bastille Day



Artists Haven Gallery
Ft Lauderdale, Florida


Stonnington Leader Newspaper Melbourne Australia